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Remember Not To Forget
A Memory of the Holocaust

By Norman H. Finkelstein (author), Lois Hokanson (illustrator), Lars Hokanson (illustrator)

A Book of the Year Choice from the Child Study Children's Book Committee

Ages 6 and up

"Highly Recommended"
- Association of Jewish Libraries


Designed as an introduction to the Holocaust, this book presents the origins and history of anti-Semitism, beginning with the year 70 A.D., when the Jews were forced out of Jerusalem, to the founding of the State of Israel in 1948. Finkelstein uses specific incidents from history to illustrate how anti-Semitism stripped Jews of their rights and dignity.

The details of the Holocaust are presented in a factual way, designed to convey the somber nature of the Holocaust without being too frightening for younger children.

Dramatic woodcuts accompany Finkelstein's text.

About Norman H. Finkelstein

Norman H. Finkelstein is the author of American Jewish History: A JPS Guide, Forged in Freedom, Heeding the Call, and Remember Not to Forget: A Memory of the Holocaust. His speech topics include “Forged in Freedom: The Jewish American Experience,” “Writing Us In: Jewish American History for Youth,” and “It's Real! Jewish Non-Fiction for Young Readers.” Mr. Finkelstein is a National Jewish Book Award winning author. His talks are geared toward young adults.

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